Morning Buzz | U.S. Has Passed The “Point of No Return” On Same-Sex Marriage

In today’s buzz, same-sex marriage reaches a tipping point, the midterms are all about fear, and “zoning out” has its benefits.

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Morning Buzz | Religion’s Role in the Midterm Elections

In today’s buzz, how the gender gap and the religiously unaffiliated impacts the upcoming midterm elections.

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Morning Buzz | Ebola and the “Power of Prayer”

In today’s buzz, six states now recognize same- sex marriages and the “power of prayer” in the U.S. ebola scare.

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Morning Buzz | Mormon Undergarments Explained

In today’s buzz, Hobby Lobby and Guantanamo, Mormons and undergarments, and G.I. Joe and . . . yoga?

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Morning Buzz | Is Civility Possible in American Politics?

In today’s buzz, a DC rabbi accused of spying on naked women, an American Catholic writer reflects on what the synod means for stateside practitioners, and our new report on political civility.

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Morning Buzz | President Obama Says Same-Sex Marriage Bans Unconstitutional

In today’s buzz, new data reveals that high school dropout rates are falling and a study shows that higher levels of religiosity equates to higher marriage and fertility rates.

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Morning Buzz | The Decline of the White Evangelical Protestant — and What That Means for the GOP

In today’s buzz, Catholic bishops vote against more accepting language toward the LGBT community in synod report.

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Morning Buzz | The Catholic Clash: How Social Issues Divide Clergy and Congregants

In today’s buzz, the synod wraps up amid controversy and The Immanent Frame gives the PRRI/SSRS American Values Atlas some love.

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Morning Buzz | Republicans Put Their Faith in Chris Connelly

In today’s buzz, religious “seekers,” Republican faith ambassadors, and million dollar atheist settlements.

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Morning Buzz | Churches Less Segregated, Still Not Representative of Communities

In today’s buzz, two million fast food workers aren’t making a living wage, plus more arrests in Ferguson, Mo.

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